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We were very excited a couple of weeks ago she 1st Leap Training invited some of the Plymouth Gossip Girls admin team to a gourmet cooking evening class trial!
They don’t currently hold evening classes (they teach local college students during the day) but wanted us to be their guinea pigs and of course we agreed because.... well.... free food!
We don’t get out often ?
We wanted to share some photos with you and ask if this is something any of you would ever be interested in doing?
Maybe to learn how to cook new meals? Maybe for a birthday party or hen do? Or something you could get your husbands to do?!
We got there around 4.30pm (in Plympton) and learned how to cook a 3 course meal, ate it all (yum!) and were home by 7.30pm.
How much would you pay for something like this? Would you be interested in doing it as a one off? Or maybe a course of 4 sessions?
It wouldn’t have to be a gourmet 3 course meal... you could do classes in baking, cooking on a budget, cooking with/for children etc etc.
We have lots of feedback to give them but said we would also ask the group your thoughts!
We had THE MOST HILARIOUS and FUN 3 hours and we can’t wait to do it again, so for us this is an amazing concept and definitely something we would happily pay to do.
I’d like to say they only wanted us to be guinea pigs and haven’t asked us to post about it here but we truly had a wonderful time and absolutely think this is something that local women (and men!) would enjoy doing. Especially on a Friday night with a few glasses of wine
What are you thoughts???? Would you do this? What would you pay? Could you get a group of friends together to do this?
Honestly I’m lying in bed feeling stuffed with food, very happy, excited to show my husband my new cooking skills and happy that I had a whole 3 hours of girly time!
Filo baskets filled with Mushrooms in white wine sauce
Roulade of chicken/ accompanied with fondant potatoes and tomatoes
Chocolate fondant and cream